Scott Linneman , PhD

Professor

Educational & Professional Experience

Ph.D. – University of Wyoming
B.A. – Carleton College

Areas of Expertise

Geomorphology, Geoscience Education, Teacher Preparation

Courses Taught

  • General Geology
  • Geomorphology
  • Earth Materials
  • Landslides and Slope Stability

Recent M.S. Students

Michelle Malone

Tovah Bayer

Dennis Feeney

Meghan Weaver

Benjamin Ferrera

Zach Schierl

Recent Publications

Bayer, T.* and Linneman, S.R. (2010) "The nature and transport of the fine-grained component of Swift Creek Landslide, Northwest Washington" Earth Surface Processes and Landforms DOI: 10.1082/esp.2081

Buddington, A., Stone, G., Chandler, M. and Linneman, S.R. (2009), "NAGT Position Statement on Teaching Climate Change" adopted by the National Association of Geoscience Teachers, posted at https://nagt.org/nagt/news/34312.html

Linneman, S.R., Pittman, P., Vaugeois, L. (2007) "Lively Landscapes: a field guide to the active landscapes of Whatcom County, Washington" in Stelling P, Tucker D (eds) Floods, Faults, and Fire: Geological Field Trips in Washington State and Southwestern British Columbia: GSA Field Guide 9, p. 1-29.